Jonathan Anderson showcased his craftsmanship through contemporary elegance and aristocratic detailing.

Inside the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, Loewe’s Spring 2020 set was a tranquil safe haven. Pure white curtains draped the walls, creamy carpet covered the floor, peaceful instrumental music filled the room, and potted pampas grass framed the entrance to the runway. Jonathan Anderson’s designs in this collection captured the spirit of dreamy, luxurious elegance. With draping lace capes, knitwear held together by ribbons, and even a harnessed dress with dangling pearl accents, this show was an artisanal, aristocratic display. Anderson showcased his meticulous craftsmanship in this collection, laid out as marguerite lace, circular macramé, fringe overlays. His fur-collared tops, billowing gowns, and crystal accents took inspiration from the garments of the 16th and 17th-century nobility. Pieces were featured on models Mona Tougaard, Steinberg, Bente Oort, and Evie Harris, who closed the show in a floor-length white dress with puffed sleeves, fitting of the Spanish aristocracy of yore.